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frankis
12 posts
msg #31989
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5/6/2004 4:07:10 PM

If someone is lookinf at an indicator, ie price increase over last 10
days, is it a strick rule that the close ALWAYS has to higher then the next
or is it just an average?

If it is a strick rule, how could one write to be just an average?


yepher
353 posts
msg #31990
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5/6/2004 4:53:36 PM

Yes, I believe "increase" is a strict rule.

If you want something that is not so strict you might try CMA and slope or something along those lines. If you search for CMA you will finds lots of good examples.

I am sure there are several other ways to attack the problem.


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